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  1. Thread: Big old Maho

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    That's an old version of the MH800, probably pre...

    That's an old version of the MH800, probably pre 1960s. The table looks pretty small, but it's probably correct.
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    94 to 294 to 290 to 90 is manageable. Lots and...

    94 to 294 to 290 to 90 is manageable. Lots and lots of trucks on that route. I believe the locals call it the "tri-state", so if you hear that on the radio, pay attention.

    Traffic is completely...
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    I drive in the city fairly often, so I have an...

    I drive in the city fairly often, so I have an ipass. That cuts the toll in half. It's still a horrible rip off.

    If you are traveling toward Minneapolis, I recommend stopping at the Leinenkugels...
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    Might as well forget that notion.

    Might as well forget that notion.
  5. Bump. Maybe I'm out to lunch on the prices. ...

    Bump. Maybe I'm out to lunch on the prices.

    Let's try $350 for the milling stuff and $225 for the threading.
  6. IMO, everyone should be expecting a recession,...

    IMO, everyone should be expecting a recession, though lets hope it's not on the order of 08. It's been 11 years, we are due. I work mostly in repairs, so often a down economy is actually good for me....
  7. Some portion of the older Biax seems to have been...

    Some portion of the older Biax seems to have been made by Scintilla, a Swiss company that makes power tools including jig saws. They seem to have used a Bosch motor, but it may have been the same...
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    Carbide inserts are so cheap and so good that...

    Carbide inserts are so cheap and so good that it's not too surprising. You can get pretty good quality inserts for less than $10 each that give you 3 or even 6 cutting edges. If you want something...
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    Update: I have replaced the wiring to the...

    Update:

    I have replaced the wiring to the motor and converted the machine to 240 volts. The heaters are correctly sized for 240V, so no changes are needed there.

    I ran the machine and...
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    SKF Induction Bearing Heater

    I have an SKF induction bearing heater for sale. It powers on an works correctly. I do not have the cross bars or the temperature probe. I was going to make my own bars from some transformer...
  11. Contact by PM or email at...

    Contact by PM or email at [email protected] . Open to offers. Paypal preferred. Both can ship via medium flat rate.
  12. Carmex OD laydown type threading kit. Kit has a...

    Carmex OD laydown type threading kit. Kit has a 3/4 shank tool which has never been used. All of the inserts are unused except the 16 and 20 TPI which have two used corners and one new.

    Also...
  13. Seco Square 6 and Carmex Laydown Threading Kit

    I have a 4 flute 2" Seco Square 6 face mill. 3/4" pilot. The tool is used, but it's in perfect condition. Never crashed. Pockets and original plating in great condition. Comes with 4 inserts that...
  14. Here's what is left. The 2" OD bushings, the...

    Here's what is left.

    The 2" OD bushings, the insert drills, the face groove tool, the saw, the morse taper bushings, the cut off tools, and the Devlieg style boring tools.

    258768 258769...
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    It's been my observation that many folks who set...

    It's been my observation that many folks who set up to make these scraping tools seem to do so as hobby or at the very least, some kind of low priority side business. Or maybe it's just too costly to...
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    It's a good question. I work on a lot of older...

    It's a good question. I work on a lot of older machines that have been monkeyed with so much it's hard to say what safety equipment was supposed to be there in the first place.

    I guess to me it...
  17. I can't help, but I'd love to see a picture when...

    I can't help, but I'd love to see a picture when it's finished. Sounds pretty neat.
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    It's impossible to say without knowing the...

    It's impossible to say without knowing the spindle bearing arrangement. Is it plain bearings, tapered roller, angular contact, roller with tapered race, or some combination of those?

    If your...
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    That's an outdated notion. I'd take a 5 year...

    That's an outdated notion.

    I'd take a 5 year old vehicle with 150,000 over a 15 year old with 50,000 miles. A modern vehicle that has been maintained can go 300,000 miles without any major...
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    Might get $1,500 around here. But there are no...

    Might get $1,500 around here. But there are no 1992 vehicles with a body in good condition where I live. And it's hard to sell any 2WD truck.
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    I don't have experience with Milwaukee, so I...

    I don't have experience with Milwaukee, so I cannot comment.

    But, I do find it interesting that Makita, a Japanese company, can make some of their products here in the USA. Specifically, I know...
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    I actually don't care where it goes. Maybe I...

    I actually don't care where it goes. Maybe I should have said "free to anyone who will actually follow through".

    That's why I'm not putting it on Craigslist or Facebook. I will get 20 guys who...
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    Are we looking at the line above the hose clamp...

    Are we looking at the line above the hose clamp or the dangler below the clamp?
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    I grew up 5 miles from a nuclear power station....

    I grew up 5 miles from a nuclear power station. It's still in operation. Instead of cooling towers, it uses a cooling loop at the bottom of the Mississippi river. I have been told that the cooling...
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    Kind of a wild guess. But, I know the last lathe...

    Kind of a wild guess. But, I know the last lathe spindle rebuild I was involved with came in around $7,500 and that was a smaller machine.

    56 hours is pretty good. You guys must have been...
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